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Table 2 Description of the domains in the context of this survey

From: What helps and hinders midwives in engaging with pregnant women about stopping smoking? A cross-sectional survey of perceived implementation difficulties among midwives in the North East of England

Domain Description in the context of this survey
Action planning Are there procedures in place to support working with pregnant women who smoke, for example, procedures about how to refer women to the stop-smoking service?
Beliefs about capabilities How difficult or easy is it to support working with pregnant women who smoke? How confident or comfortable do midwives feel about this work?
Beliefs about consequences What do midwives think will happen when they support pregnant women who smoke to stop? What do they see as costs or benefits of this work?
Emotion Do feelings of concern make it easier or harder to support pregnant women who smoke to stop?
Environmental context and resources Are resources available for midwives to support pregnant women who smoke to stop? To what extent do resources help or hinder supporting pregnant women who smoke to stop?
Knowledge What do midwives know about supporting pregnant women who smoke to stop?
Memory, attention. and decision processes Do midwives usually think about smoking cessation when they work with pregnant women? How easy or difficult is it to remember to do it?
Motivation and goals To what extent do midwives want to support pregnant women who smoke to stop? Are there other things that are in conflict with this goal?
Professional role and identity Is this work compatible with professional identity?
Skills Do midwives feel they have the appropriate training to support pregnant women who smoke to stop?
Social influences To what extent do other groups of people influence whether or not midwives support pregnant women who smoke to stop?